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INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE

Hits, game Hits, season Hits, career
Consecutive hits Hitting streaks Home runs, game
Home runs, season Home runs, career Home runs, consecutive games
Triples, game RBI, game RBI, season
RBI, career Batting average, season Batting average, career
Stolen bases, game Stolen bases, season Stolen bases, career
Consecutive stolen bases Runs, season Runs, career
Hit by pitch, game Hit by pitch, season  

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

Wins, season Wins, career Consecutive wins
Shutouts, season Shutouts, career Consecutive shutouts
Consecutive scoreless innings ERA, season ERA, career
Strikeouts, seven inning game Strikeouts, extra inning game Strikeouts, season
Strikeouts, career No hitters, season No hitters, career
Consecutive no hitters Perfect games Consecutive innings without walk

TEAM

Wins, all-time Consecutive wins, regular season Runs scored, inning
Runs scored, game Runs scored, season Hits, game
Hits, season Home runs, game Home runs, season
Consecutive home runs, game Stolen bases, season  
Most State Championships Most State Tournament Appearances  

COACHING/MISCELLANEOUS

Wins, all-time Notes Players drafted
Games without being shutout    

 

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
Most Hits, Game (minimum 6)
1 6 Ryan Myers, Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic vs. Danbury (04/13/2013)
  6 Derek Colston, Port Clinton vs. Old Fort (2010)
  6 Devin Kisor, Bluffton vs. Ada (04/17/2008)
  6 Justin Wallace, Zoarville Tuscarawas Valley (04/12/2008)
6 Joe Morris, Williamsport Westfall vs. Bainbridge Paint Valley (04/09/2004)
6 Dan Steel, Cincinnati Finneytown vs. Cincinnati Aiken (04/07/2004)
6 Jim Franz, Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Wooster Triway (05/03/2003)
6 Kyle Gambrell, Hamilton Badin vs. Middletown (04/28/2001)
6 Matt Long, Granville (05/05/2000)
6 Nathan Egbert, Genoa Area vs. Northwood (04/17/2000)
6 Dan Lunsford, Madison (1998)
6 Tom Ward, Defiance vs. Lima Shawnee (05/09/1997)
6 Chad Biggio, Steubenville Catholic Central vs. Steubenville (04/30/1997)
6 Bob Kwiatkowski, Maumee vs. Rossford (05/05/1990)
6 Dennis Arbogast vs. Bainbridge Paint Valley (1986)
6 Doug Wollenburg, Newark Catholic vs. Heath (05/20/1986)
6 Jose Casiano, Sidney vs. Fairborn (04/13/1985)
6 Scott Logan, Fremont Ross (1981)
  6 Blake Witker, Elmore Woodmore (1976)
  6 Dan Gilbert, Minford vs. Green Twp. (09/26/1952)
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Most Hits, Season (minimum 57)
1 73 Mark Lewis, Hamilton (1987)
2 70 Jerry Schoen, Cincinnati Western Hills (1986)
3 67 Brian Young, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
4 64 Sean Carmichael, Wooster Triway (1985)
5 63 Andrew Davis, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2001)
6 61 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2010)
  61 Clint McKoon, Fairport Harbor Harding (1991)
  61 Dan Ruff, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
9 60 Justin Hill, Granville (2000)
10 59 Dalton Bollinger, DeGraff Riverside (2012)
  59 Jeremiah Kerns, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan (2009)
  59 Chris Tuttle, LaGrange Keystone (1999)
  59 Brian Harlamert, Coldwater (1988)
14 58 Brett Robberts, Utica (2011)
  58 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2010)
  58 Aaron Bingham, New Lebanon Dixie (2009)
  58 Chad Walters, Apple Creek Waynedale (1991)
  58 Mark Brunswick, Coldwater (1984)
19 57 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2013)
  57 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2012)
  57 Eric Evans, Ontario (2008)
57 Ben Klafczynski, Medina Highland (2007)
57 Matt Hunter, Norwalk (2001)
57 Ryan Barnett, Mowrystown Whiteoak (2000)
57 Morgan Stevens, Wellston (1999)
  57 Scott Marshall, Centerville (1997)
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Most Hits, Career (minimum 160)
1 222 Mark Lewis, Hamilton (1985-1988)
2 213 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2010-2013)
3 200 Dan Ruff, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1984-1987)
4 191 Jacob Frank, West Salem Northwestern (1998-2001)
5 190 Tyler Haubiel, Ashland Crestview (2006-2009)
6 182 Logan Meisler, Port Clinton (2003-2006)
7 178 Nick Jones, Peninsula Woodridge (2005-2008)
8 175 Dave Manderine, Canton Central Catholic (1985-1988)
9 172 Eric Earnhart, Urbana (2000-2003)
172 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (1997-2000)
  172 Gene Cattane, St. Clairsville (1974-1977)
12 171 Mark Brunswick, Coldwater (1981-1984)
13 170 Kirby Clemons, Ontario (2007-2010)
14 168 Zach Fulk, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2008-2011)
  168 Doug Paullin, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2007-2010)
16 165 Ric Heisler, Egderton (1965-1968)
17 163 Keith Wenning, Coldwater (2007-2010)
18 162 Mike DeBord, Peninsula Woodridge (2005-2008)
19 161 Clint McKoon, Fairport Harbor Harding (1989-1992)
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Consecutive Hits (minimum 10)
1 16 Andy Hussar, Canton South (2000)
2 15 David Borcherdt, Archbold (2005)
  15 Mark Rider, Zanesville Maysville (1984)
4 14 Josh Myers, Portsmouth (2010)
  14 Matt Coffin, Gahanna Columbus Academy (2009)
6 14 Jeremy Michael, Lebanon (1995)
7 12 Derek Toadvine, Springfield Kenton Ridge (2008)
12 Brad Gschwind, West Chester Lakota West (2007)
  12 Dan Hermiller, Miller City (1979)
10 11 Tom Belza, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2007)
11 T.J. Sutton, Canton GlenOak (2007)
11 Ryan Schmucker, Berlin Hiland (2004)
11 Jon Niese, Defiance (2004)
11 Brett Ritzenthaler, Norwalk (2002)
11 Ryan Barnett, Mowrystown Whiteoak (2000)
11 Ryan Barnett, Mowrystown Whiteoak (2000)
  11 Matt LaLiberte, Lexington
18 10 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2010)
  10 Chris Munafo, Morrow Little Miami (2008)
10 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2007)
10 Jordan Bulkowski, Fostoria (2007)
10 Jeremy Schweiterman, St. Henry (2003)
10 Jason Emch, Genoa Area (1995)
  10 Jason Hemmelgarn, Coldwater (1987)
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Consecutive Games with a Hit (minimum 25)
1 35 Brandon Jackson, Columbus Northland (2006-2008)
  35 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (1999-2000)
3 33 Matt Hunter, Norwalk (2000-2001)
4 32 Andrew Davis, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2001-2002)
5 30 Nick Martindale, Gahanna Christian Academy (2004-2005)
  30 Brett Carpenter, Smithville (2001-2002)
30 Chris Tuttle, LaGrange Keystone (1998-1999)
30 Tony Good, Arcadia (1986-1987)
  30 Dean Sandwisch, Elmore Woodmore (1983-1984)
10 29 Christian Snavely, Defiance (1999-2000)
11 28 Kyle Thorne, Columbus Whetstone (1978-1980)
12 27 Alex Bayer, Pickerington North (2009)
  27 Tom Belza, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2007)
27 Justin Hill, Granville (1999-2000)
  27 Mark Williams, Wellston (1988)
16 26 Mike Bogan, Wapakoneta (2009-2010)
  26 Phil Navatsyk, Chardon (2008-2009)
  26 Cameron Satterwhite, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2004)
  26 Eric Earnhart, Urbana (2003)
20 25 Ben Jeffers, New Albany (2004)
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Most Home Runs, Game (minimum 4)
1 5 Ken Lisko, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney vs. Youngstown Boardman (1976)
2 4 Garrett Ulrey, Sparta Highland vs. Mount Gilead (04/30/2010)
  4 Matt Corpora, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy vs. Medina Highland (04/10/2010)
  4 Kyle Scheidt, Van Wert (04/19/2003)
4 Matt Plunkett, Tipp City Bethel vs. Dayton Oakwood (03/31/2000)
4 Luke Ullman, Chagrin Falls Kenston vs. Pepper Pike Orange (04/16/1999)
4 Eric Stucke, Versailles vs. Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan (05/07/1998)
4 Jason Thompson, Sylvania Southview vs. Millbury Lake (04/12/1996)
4 Shawn Burke, Lancaster Fairfield Union vs. Millersport (1996)
4 Jim MacLellan, Brunswick vs. Strongsville (05/02/1988)
4 Mark Brunswick, Coldwater (1984)
  4 Terry Donohue, North Lewisburg Triad vs. Mechanicsburg (1977)
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Most Home Runs, Season (minimum 15)
1 22 Kyle Moyer, Sycamore Mohawk (1999)
2 18 Todd Boeckman, St. Henry (2003)
  19 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (1999)
4 17 Rick Estep, Wheelersburg (1999)
17 Kenneth Gillum, Westerville North (1988)
17 Dwayen Workman, Fairport Harbor Harding (1988)
  17 Dan Ruff, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1985)
8 16 Justin Shaw, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (1995)
  16 Mark Brunswick, Coldwater (1984)
10 15 Jack Gustafson, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2011)
  15 Josh Thomas, North Lewisburg Triad (1999)
15 Doug Dendinger, Greenwich South Central (1998)
15 Lance Rolston, Albany Alexander (1998)
  15 Brad Ringwalt, Warsaw River View (1985)
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Most Home Runs, Career (minimum 30)
1 53 Dan Ruff, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1984-1987)
2 50 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (1997-2000)
3 44 Doug Dendinger, Greenwich South Central (1995-1998)
4 42 Mark Lewis, Hamilton (1985-1988)
5 40 Todd Boeckman, St. Henry (2001-2003)
6 36 Chris Ellis, Wheelersburg (1989-1992)
  36 Mark Brunswick, Coldwater (1981-1984)
8 35 Dwayne Workman, Fairport Harbor Harding (1985-1988)
  35 Brad Ringwalt, Warsaw River View (1984-1987)
10 34 Matt Foster, Granville (1998-2001)
  34 Kevin Glasspoole, Baltimore Liberty Union (1974-1977)
12 33 Mike King, Thornville Sheridan (1987-1990)
13 31 Kris Moorman, St. Henry (1999-2002)
14 30 Ryan Hayes, New Lebanon Dixie (2007-2010)
  30 Ben Klafczynski, Medina Highland (2007)
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Consecutive Games with a Home Run (minimum 4)
1 9 Jon Coffman, Vincent Warren (1996-1997)
2 6 Josh Davidson, Lexington (2002-2003)
3 5 Wes Meadows (2008)
5 Tyler Boyer, North Baltimore (2006)
5 Josh McCoy, Coshocton (2003)
5 Todd Boeckman, St. Henry (2003)
5 Jedidiah Stephen, Sarahsville Shenandoah (2002)
5 Charles Crossley, Coshocton (2001)
5 Justin Myers, Willow Wood Symmes Valley (2000)
  5 Matt Dahler, Canton Central Catholic (1996)
11 4 Tyler Erwin, Buckeye Central (2011)
  4 Matt Brown, Cincinnati Finneytown (2009)
  4 Billy Burke, Lakeside Danbury (2009)
  4 Devan Oates, Collins Western Reserve (2006)
4 Tyler Penwell, Washington Court House (2005)
4 Paul Hannahs, Newcomerstown (2004)
4 Kurt Conkey, The Plains Athens (2001)
4 Kert Scarvelli, Sheffield Brookside (2000)
4 Chris Tuttle, LaGrange Keystone (1999)
  4 Brandon Hutchinson, Wheelersburg (1997)
4 Blake St. Clair, Bellefontaine (1997)
4 Kevin Glasspoole, Baltimore Liberty Union (1975)
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Most Triples, Game (minimum 3)
1 4 Mike Karoglan, Parma Heights Holy Name vs. Elyria Catholic (2005)
2 3 Brad McCurdy, Bishop Watterson vs. Newark (03/29/2011)
  3 Tyler Hendrix, Reedsville Eastern vs. Glouster Trimble (05/08/2009)
  3 Jacob North, Barberton vs. New Middletown Springfield (04/17/2008)
3 Jared Gibbons, West Carrollton vs. Monroe (04/02/2007)
3 Matthew Pitzulo, Poland Seminary (04/15/2006)
3 Zach Hurley, Springboro (04/07/2004)
3 Cliff Panezich, Youngstown Ursuline vs. Brookfield (05/07/2003)
3 Trevor McMillan, Lisbon David Anderson vs. Salineville Southern (04/19/2003)
3 Kevin Leis, Ottoville (03/03/2001)
3 Robbie Evick, Middletown Madison vs. Middletown Christian (2001)
3 Dusty Hammond, Bellefontaine (2001)
3 Jerrid Hall, West Union vs. Piketon (2000)
3 Devin Brown, Bellefontaine vs. Wapakoneta (1999)
3 Scott Logan, Fremont Ross (1981)
3 Scott Manahan, Fremont Ross (1981)
  3 Tom Rex, Defiance (05/13/1977)
3 Mike Gerdeman, Defiance (05/13/1977)
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Most RBI, Game (minimum 10)
1 12 Garrett Ulrey, Sparta Highland vs. Mount Gilead (04/30/2010)
  12 Garrett Ulrey, Sparta Highland vs. Delaware Buckeye Valley (04/19/2010)
  12 Cameron Hall, Barnesville vs. Bellaire St. John Central (04/19/2006)
4 11 Andy Puthoff, St. Henry vs. New Knoxville (5/6/2006)
  11 Zak Rossi, Medina vs. Copley (05/07/2005)
11 David Koppenhafer, Cincinnati Sycamore vs. Centerville (04/01/2003)
11 Clint McKoon, Fairport Harbor Harding (1992)
11 Brian Mikols, Northwood vs. Toledo Libbey (1987)
  11 Shawn Burke, Lancaster Fairfield Union vs. Millersport (1986)
10 10 Dakota Young, Utica vs. Loudonville (4/24/2012)
  10 Zack Jansen, Cincinnati Madeira vs. Cincinnati Indian Hill (2012)
  10 Kyle Smalley, Eastlake North vs. Ashtabula Lakewood (04/14/2008)
  10 Tyler Wynn, Vincent Warren vs. Marietta (04/04/2007)
10 Wade Ishamel, North Baltimore vs. Dola Hardin Northern (04/10/2006)
10 Jon Blanock, DeGraff Riverside vs. East Cleveland Shaw (05/11/2005)
10 Aaron Compton, New Philadelphia Tuscarawas Central Catholic vs. Bowerston Conotton Valley (04/16/2003)
10 Greg Wilson, West Union vs. Peebles (2000)
10 Chris Roseburrough, North Union vs. Ridgemont (1998)
10 Dan Haegele, Westerville North vs. Upper Arlington (1997)
10 Nathan Varner, South Charleston Southeastern vs. London Madison Plains (1997)
  10 Dan Hermiller, Miller City (05/10/1979)
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Most RBI, Season (minimum 55)
1 68 Matt Michel, Miller City (1991)
2 66 Todd Boeckman, St. Henry (2003)
  66 Bob Boyce, Cincinnati Deer Park (1977)
4 63 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (2000)
63 Brock Mullins, Columbus Briggs (2000)
63 Jason Lyall, Willow Wood Symmes Valley (1999)
63 Chris Tuttle, LaGrange Keystone (1999)
  63 Brian Harlamert, Coldwater (1988)
  63 Dan Ruff, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
10 61 Clint McKoon, Fairport Harbor Harding (1991)
11 60 Garrett Ulrey, Sparta Highland (2010)
12 58 Jake Dickerson, Bellville Clear Fork (2010)
  58 Brian Young, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
14 57 Kevin Glasspoole, Baltimore Liberty Union (1976)
  57 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2013)
16 56 Zack Jansen, Cincinnati Madeira (2012)
  56 Eric Wilson, Washington Court House Washington (2006)
  56 Kerry Ordway, Edgerton (1985)
19 55 Kerrigan Cain, Akron Archbishop Hoban (2011)
  55 Casey Collins, Canton Central Catholic (1997)
55 Brandon Hutchinson, Wheelersburg (1997)
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Most RBI, Career (minimum 130)
1 212 Mark Lewis, Hamilton (1985-1988)
2 190 Dan Ruff, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1984-1987)
3 186 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (1997-2000)
4 179 Zack Jansen, Cincinnati Madeira (2010-2013)
5 166 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2010-2013)
6 161 Mark Brunswick, Coldwater (1981-1984)
7 156 Keith Wenning, Coldwater (2007-2010)
8 155 Brandon Jackson, Columbus Northland (2005-2008)
9 150 Dwayne Workman, Fairport Harbor Harding (1985-1988)
10 152 Tyler Haubiel, Ashland Crestview (2006-2009)
11 148 Ryan Hayes, New Lebanon Dixie (2007-2010)
  148 Mike King, Thornville Sheridan (1987-1990)
13 146 Doug Dendinger, Greenwich South Central (1995-1998)
14 145 Gene Cattane, St. Clairsville (1974-1977)
15 144 Matt Long, Granville (1999-2002)
  144 Matt Foster, Granville (1998-2001)
17 143 Scott McMullen, Granville (1996-1999)
18 142 Cody Kuzniczci, Cincinnati Madeira (2008-2011)
  142 Alex Schmid, Canton Central Catholic (2002-2005)
20 140 Todd Boeckman, St. Henry (2001-2003)
21 138 Kevin Glasspoole, Baltimore Liberty Union (1974-1977)
22 136 Jordie Wonderleigh, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2006-2009)
23 135 Dan Haegele, Westerville North (1994-1997)
24 134 Zach Byers, Columbus Bishop Hartley (2004-2007)
  134 Bob Boyce, Cincinnati Deer Park (1976-1978)
26 133 Dan Pennington, Pataskala Licking Heights (2007-2010)
  133 Tyler Cline, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2007-2010)
28 132 Blake St. Clair, Bellefontaine (1994-1997)
29 130 Joe Tucker, Canton Central Catholic (1999-2002)
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Highest Batting Average, Season (minimum .600, at least 50 ABs)
1 0.810 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (2000)
2 0.711 Chris Tuttle, LaGrange Keystone (1999)
3 0.681 Lamont Harris Jr., Cincinnati Hughes (2001)
4 0.667 Doug Steiner, Rawson Cory-Rawson (2003)
5 0.653 Brian Ensign, Sullivan Black River (2001)
  0.653 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (1999)
7 0.652 Doug Dendinger, Greenwich South Central (1998)
8 0.646 Brian Ensign, Sullivan Black RIver (2002)
9 0.639 Eric Earnhart, Urbana (2003)
10 0.638 Nick Martindale, Gahanna Christian Academy (2005)
11 0.637 Aaron Bingham, New Lebanon Dixie (2009)
12 0.626 Ryan Barnett, Mowrystown Whiteoak (2000)
13 0.619 Matt Maloney, Huron (2002)
14 0.618 Josh Murphy, Kettering Fairmont (2008)
15 0.617 Rob Talpas, New Albany (1999)
  0.617 Clark Mace, London Madison Plains (1997)
17 0.615 Robert Tarris, Bettsville (2003)
18 0.613 Ben Klafczynski, Medina Highland (2007)
19 0.612 Kris Nealeigh, Arcanum (2006)
20 0.610 Darren Burkey, Westerville North (1985)
  0.610 Troy Aleshire, Byesville Meadowbrook (1984)
22 0.609 Kris Moorman, St. Henry (2001)
0.609 Matt Pignato, Richfield Revere (2001)
24 0.608 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2010)
25 0.603 Aaron Bingham, New Lebanon Dixie (2008)
  0.603 Jesse Plessinger, Smithville (1997)
27 0.600 Matt Brown, Cincinnati Finneytown (2009)
  0.600 Eric Evans, Mansfield Ontario (2008)
  0.600 Ryan Radcliff, Sherwood Fairview (2008)
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Highest Batting Average, Career (minimum .500, at least 100 ABs)
1 0.630 Nick Martindale, Gahanna Christian Academy (2004-2005)
2 0.604 Mike Breyman, Attica Seneca East (1997-2000)
3 0.578 Chris Tuttle, LaGrange Keystone (1997-1999)
4 0.562 Aaron Bingham, New Lebanon Dixie (2006-2009)
5 0.552 Jacob Frank, West Salem Northwestern (1998-2001)
0.552 Rob Talpas, New Albany (1998-2000)
7 0.545 Mark Lewis, Hamilton (1985-1988)
8 0.542 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2010-2013)
9 0.535 Doug Dendinger, Greenwich South Central (1995-1998)
10 0.529 Brandon Jackson, Columbus Northland (2005-2008)
11 0.528 Chris Esenwein, Columbiana (1995-1997)
12 0.526 Trever Gast, Arlington (2007-2010)
13 0.524 Drew Dosch, Canal Winchester (2008-2010)
14 0.517 Ray Downs, Doylestown Chippewa (2007-2009)
15 0.516 Andy Kluge, Ravenna (2003-2004)
  0.516 Kert Scarvelli, Sheffield Brookside (1998-2000)
17 0.514 Geoff Bowers, Columbus Grove (2005-2006) and Lima Central Catholic (2007)
18 0.511 Kyle Thorne, Columbus Whetstone (1978-1980)
19 0.508 Josh Murphy, Kettering Fairmont (2007-2008)
20 0.507 Brian Laznik, Chardon (2006-2007)
  0.507 Lee Elliott, Pataskala Licking Heights (2006-2007)
22 0.505 Zach Byers, Columbus Bishop Hartley (2004-2007)
  0.505 Scott Marshall, Centerville (1995-1997)
24 0.503 Blake Bellman, West Salem Northwestern (2007-2010)
  0.503 Adam Graves, St. Marys Memorial (1999-2001)
26 0.501 Alex Monroe, Chagrin Falls Kenston (2006-2007)
27 0.500 Jay Neundorfer, Northwood (1997-1998)
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Most Stolen Bases, Game (minimum 6)
1 8 Thomas Cooley, Genoa vs. Gibsonburg (05/12/2000)
8 Steve Schue, Sheffield Brookside (2000)
3 7 Justin Mahlmeister, Ironton St. Joseph Centeral Catholic vs. Portsmouth Sciotoville
   Community (3/29/2012)
  7 Denny Stark, Edgerton vs. Fayetteville-Perry (1991)
5 6 Adam Paynter New Washington Buckeye Central vs. Mansfield St. Peter's (04/14/2012)
  6 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County vs. Lancaster Fairfield Christian Academy (2010)
  6 Butch Marnhout, Racine Southern vs. Corning Miller (4/10/2008)
  6 J.R. Haupert, Arcadia vs. Vanlue (05/16/2005)
6 Greg Weller, Bettsville vs. Oregon Cardinal Stritch (05/14/2005)
6 Tad Litwiller vs. Fairview (05/19/2003)
6 Matt Rositano, Lorain Admiral King vs. Strongsville (2000)
6 Kelly Constant, Bedford (05/10/1999)
6 Russ Tigue, Rocky River vs. Bay Village Bay (05/05/1998)
6 Scott Strahler, Marietta vs. McConnelsville Morgan (1997)
6 Todd Ellis, West Union vs. Seaman North Adams (1993)
6 Eric Courtright, West Union vs. Tollesboro (KY) (1991)
  6 Brett Hastings, Columbus Grove vs. Ada (1990)
  6 Mike Gerken, Columbus Grove vs. McGuffey Upper Scioto Valley (1977)
  6 Duane Graven, Maumee (1975)
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Most Stolen Bases, Season (minimum 45)
1 76 Matt Rositano, Lorain Admiral King (2000)
2 73 Ryan Grube, Johnstown Northridge (2002)
3 62 Jamie Stapleton, Tipp City Bethel
4 57 Mark Kraker, Columbus Eastmoor
5 56 Zac Osborn, Greenwich South Central (2007)
6 53 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2010)
  53 J.J. Kleiber, Sidney (1991)
8 51 Greg Spearman, Sidney Lehman Catholic (2013)
9 49 Dave Kissell, Ashland Crestview (1998)
10 48 Nate Fields, Cincinnati Anderson (2005)
  48 Craig Adkins, Mason (1998)
12 47 Ryan Brenner, Gates Mills Hawken (2008)
  47 Ryan Grube, Johnstown Northridge (2001)
  47 Mitch Bendle, Bergholz Springfield (1987)
15 46 Andrew Gribben, Ashland Crestview (2003)
  46 Thomas Cooley, Genoa (2000)
46 Brian Gray, Mason (1987)
  46 Ted Lyons, Thornville Sheridan (1975)
19 45 Adam Grof, Oak Harbor (2007)
  45 Steve Schue, Sheffield Brookside (2000)
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Most Stolen Bases, Career (minimum 100)
1 170 Matt Figgie, Gates Mills Gilmour Academy (1982-1984)
2 138 Ryan Brenner, Gates Mills Hawken (2005-2008)
3 127 Luke Ritchey, Arcadia (1999-2003)
  127 Brett Hastings, Columbus Grove (1989-1991)
5 125 Dan Haegele, Westerville North (1994-1997)
6 120 Ryan Grube, Johnstown Northridge (1999-2002)
7 119 Zac Osborn, Greenwich South Central (2004-2007)
  119 J.J. Kleiber, Sidney (1989)
9 118 Matt Rositano, Lorain Admiral King (1998-2000)
10 115 Jeff Kendas, Westerville North (1983-1986)
11 114 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2007-2010)
  114 Nate Fields, Cincinnati Anderson (2001-2005)
  114 John Furniss, Williamsport Westfall (1966-1969)
14 111 Brian Gray, Mason (1986-1989)
15 109 Dan Pennington, Pataskala Licking Heights (2007-2010)
16 104 Doug Paullin, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2007-2010)
  104 Ben Fulton, Bellefontaine (1997-2000)
  104 Chuck Black, Lima Shawnee (1972-1975)
19 102 Brett Tevepaugh, Chagrin Falls Kenston (2005-2008)
20 100 Jeff Hendershott, Wellston (1987-1990)
  100 Denny Bowers, Edgerton (1986-1989)
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Most Consecutive Stolen Bases, Successful Attempts (minimum 60)
1 76 Matt Rositano, Lorain Admiral King (2000)
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Most Runs, Season (minimum 50)
1 63 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2013)
2 62 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2010)
3 60 Cory McKibben, Coldwater (1988)
4 58 Ryan Santoro, Cincinnati Madeira (2010)
5 57 Justin Shiflett, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2007)
57 Todd Boeckman, St. Henry (2003)
  57 Russ Tigue, Rocky River (1999)
8 56 John Varney, Baltimore Liberty Union (1994)
9 55 Aaron Bingham, New Lebanon Dixie (2009)
  55 Ben Smith, Chagrin Falls (2001)
11 54 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2012)
  54 Jordie Wonderleigh, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2008)
54 Sean Carmichael, Wooster Triway (1985)
14 53 Eric Evans, Mansfield Ontario (2008)
53 Matt Roberts, Bucyrus (2004)
  53 Christian Snavely, Defiance (2000)
  53 Kasey Farmer, Baltimore Liberty Union (1994)
18 52 Bryan Daniel, Clayton Northmont (2008)
  52 Brad Muhlenkamp, Coldwater (1988)
  52 Chris Roseberry, Baltimore Liberty Union (1985)
21 51 Brendan Liberti, Bellville Clear Fork (2010)
  51 Doug Paullin, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2009)
  51 Johnny Crooks, Toledo Ottawa Hills (2007)
51 Ryan Grube, Johnstown Northridge (2001)
51 Justin Hill, Granville (2000)
51 Christian Snavely, Defiance (1999)
  51 Chad Walters, Apple Creek Waynedale (1991)
28 50 Austin Farrington, Defiance Tinora (2012)
  50 David Spearman, Sidney Lehman Catholic (2010)
  50 Doug Paullin, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2010)
  50 Zac Osborn, Greenwich South Central (2007)
  50 Trey Baker, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2004)
  50 Jacob Frank, West Salem Northwestern (2000)
50 Scot Gill, Canton Central Catholic (2000)
  50 Brian Harlamert, Coldwater (1988)
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Most Runs, Career (minimum 130)
1 199 Andrew Benintendi, Cincinnati Madeira (2010-2013)
2 172 Doug Paullin, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2007-2010)
3 157 Logan Meisler, Port Clinton (2003-2006)
  157 Nate Fields, Cincinnati Anderson (2001-2005)
5 156 Justin Shiflett, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2004-2007)
6 153 Zach Fulk, Jeromesville Hillsdale (2008-2011)
7 148 Tyler Erwin, New Washington Buckeye Central (2009-2012)
8 147 Christian Snavely, Defiance (1997-2000)
9 146 Matt Foster, Granville (1998-2001)
10 145 Russ Tigue, Rocky River (1996-1999)
11 142 Nick Jones, Peninsula Woodridge (2005-2008)
12 141 Tyler Haubiel, Ashland Crestview (2006-2009)
  141 Jacob Frank, West Salem Northwestern (1998-2001)
14 139 Aaron Bingham, New Lebanon Dixie (2006-2009)
15 138 Blake Beliman, West Salem Northwestern (2007-2010)
  138 Dave Minarcin, Northwood (1984-1987)
17 137 Ryan Brenner, Gates Mills Hawken (2005-2008)
18 135 Cody Bailey, Pataskala Licking Heights (2007-2010)
  135 Andy Grillo, McArthur Vinton County (2007-2010)
  135 Ronnie Bourquin, Canton South (2000-2003)
21 132 Brett Tevepaugh, Chagrin Falls Kenston (2005-2008)
22 130 Zac Osborn, Greenwich South Central (2004-2007)
  130 Josh Wierzba, Port Clinton (2003-2006)
  130 Dave Manderine, Canton Central Catholic (1985-1988)
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Hit By Pitch, Game
1 4 Cody Delong, Ottoville vs. Delphos Jefferson (04/12/2011)
  4 Josh Rouch, Ada vs. McComb (2008)
  4 Joe Timmons, Port Clinton vs. Clyde (2005)
  4 Brian Fortune, West Lafayette Ridgewood vs. Sugarcreek Garaway
5 3 Nate Reese, Tipp City Bethel vs. Houston (5/9/2013)
  3 Jimmy Kahan, Bexley vs. Heath (05/06/2011)
  3 Aaron Worley, New Lebanon Dixie vs. Dayton Northridge (04/12/2011)
  3 Aaron Bingham, New Lebanon Dixie vs. Dayton Northridge (04/02/2009)
  3 Josh Rouch, Ada vs. Convoy Crestview (2008)
  3 Bobby Horney, Williamsport Westfall vs. Circleville Logan Elm (04/07/2005)
3 J.R. Gibson, Beloit West Branch vs. North Jackson Jackson-Milton (04/17/2004)
3 Derek Hanson, Wauseon vs. Ottawa-Glandorf (04/19/2003)
3 J.R. Gibson, Beloit West Branch vs. Salem (04/05/2003)
3 Kyle Kekic, Western Reserve vs. Vienna Mathews (2002)
  3 Landon Small, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan vs. Springfield Northwestern (1997)
  3 Andy Ety, Baltimore Liberty Union (1993)
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Hit By Pitch, Season (minimum 15)
1 23 Nico Arredondo, Delta (2012)
2 20 Josh Rouch, Ada (2008)
3 19 Matt Geraci, Chagrin Falls (2008)
  19 Adam Samson, Orrville (2004)
19 Aaron Puskac, Summit Station Licking Heights (2003)
19 Brett Lilley, Canton Central Catholic (2003)
  19 Michael Hay, Coldwater (2002)
8 17 Nate Reese, Tipp City Bethel (2013)
  17 Alex Mote, Clayton Northmont (2006)
10 16 Troy Hammersmith, Lakeside Danbury (2009)
11 15 Garrett Robberts, Utica (2013)
  15 Jordan Bulkowski, Fostoria (2009)
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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most Wins, Season (minimum 15)
1 20 Dean Chance, West Salem Northwestern (1959)
2 19 Jim Gross, Cincinnati Deer Park (1977)
3 16 Jeff Porter, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
4 15 Steve Wenning, Coldwater (2004)
  15 Scott Cummins, Hebron Lakewood (1994)
15 Rick Neville, Cincinnati Western Hills (1986)
  15 Greg Richards, Mason (1977)
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Most Wins, Career (minimum 30)
1 52 Dean Chance, West Salem Northwestern (1956-1959)
2 48 Gene Carfrey, Williamsport Westfall (1966-1969)
3 37 Bill Lees, Edgerton (1965-1968)
4 36 John Snider, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1967-1970)
  36 Derek Moore, Wheelersburg (2011-2013)
6 35 Leroy Kuhns, Apple Creek Waynedale (1966-1969)
7 34 Kevin Mann, Jackson Center (2003-2006)
34 Chad Billingsley, Defiance (2000-2003)
34 Matt Klaus, Tipp City Bethel (1995-1998)
  34 Kory Hartman, Granville (1992-1995)
11 33 Alex Smith, Sidney Lehman Catholic (2009-2012)
  33 Chris Baker, North Lewisburg Triad (2003-2006)
  33 Rick Leibold, Norwalk (1978-1982)
33 Ruben Gonzalez, Leipsic (1975-1978)
15 32 Alex Cultice, Zanesville (2005-2007)
16 31 Mark Eberling, Beloit West Branch (1995-1998)
  31 Tim Smith, Westerville North (1986-1988)
18 30 Caleb Blackburn, Ironton St. Joseph Central Catholic (2006-2009)
  30 Brent Ewing, Wellston (1997-2000)
30 Mark Mesewicz, Newark Catholic (1986-1988)
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Consecutive Wins (minimum 15)
1 36 Derek Moore, Wheelersburg (2011-2013)
2 32 Dean Chance, West Salem Northwestern (1958-1959)
3 27 Brennan Smith, Sandusky Perkins (2005-2007)
4 25 Mike Muzi, Canton GlenOak
5 22 Matt Klaus, Tipp City Bethel (1997-1998)
6 21 TJ Alas, Columbus St. Francis DeSales (2010-2012)
  21 Mike McPeak, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (1999-2001)
8 20 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2003-2005)
  20 Evan Smith, Milford (2002-2003)
10 19 Alex Myers, Canton Central Catholic (2007-2009)
  19 Cory Hough, Springboro (2005-2007)
19 Todd Boeckman, St. Henry (2001-2003)
19 Neil Schmitz, St. Henry (1999-2000)
14 18 Michael Meintel, Shadyside (2007)
18 Michael Taylor, Newark Catholic (2005-2006)
  18 Andy Smith, Defiance (1992-1993)
  18 Jim Reed, Baltimore Liberty Union (1961)
  18 Jim Reed, Baltimore Liberty Union (1960)
19 17 Keegan Long, Edon (2011-2012)
  17 Greg Deering, Greenwich South Central (1996-1998)
  17 Dustin Sampson, Wheelersburg (1995-1997)
17 Cory Vance, Vandalia Butler (1996-1997)
23 16 Dace Kime, Defiance (2009-2010)
  16 Eric Surkamp, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2003-2005)
16 Sam Bourquin, Canton Central Catholic (1986-1988)
  16 Brett Smith, Norwalk (1976-1977)
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Shutouts, Season (minimum 5)
1 10 Dave Roebuck, Bryan (1959)
2 9 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1989)
3 8 Gary Jensen, Apple Creek Waynedale (1970)
4 7 Mark Bradley, Marietta (1986)
  7 Buddy Schultz, East Cleveland Shaw (1968)
  7 Derek Moore, Wheelersburg (2012)
7 6 Adam Schaly, Ashland (2012)
  6 Andrew Chafin, Collins Western Reserve (2008)
6 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2005)
6 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2004)
6 Cory Vance, Vandalia Butler (1996)
  6 Bill Wesley, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (1971)
13 5 Anthony Kidston, Defiance (2012)
  5 Derek Peters, Fayetteville (2011)
  5 Keith Wenning, Coldwater (2010)
  5 Ian Drapcho, Dover (2010)
  5 Caleb Wright, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2006)
5 Brian Garman, Wapakoneta (2006)
5 Chris Baker, North Lewisburg Triad (2004)
5 Jordan Baker, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2002)
5 Andrew Davis, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2002)
5 Scott Lewis, Washington C.H. Washington (2000)
  5 Brian Warden, Marietta (1989)
5 Dan Wannemacher, Delphos St. John's (1981)
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Shutouts, Career (minimum 10)
1 19 Dave Roebuck, Bryan (1956-1959)
2 18 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1987-1989)
3 14 John Snider, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1967-1970)
4 13 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2002-2005)
  13 Derek Moore, Wheelersburg (2011-2013)
6 12 Cory Vance, Vandalia Butler (1995-1997)
12 Mark Bradley, Marietta (1985-1987)
12 Dan Wannemacher, Delphos St. John's (1978-1981)
  12 Bill Wesley, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (1969-1971)
10 11 Chad Billingsley, Defiance (2000-2003)
  11 Gary Jensen, Apple Creek Waynedale (1968-1971)
12 10 Cameron Knott, Willoughby South (2010-2012)
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Consecutive Shutouts, Games (minimum 5)
1 7 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1989)
7 Dan Wannemacher, Delphos St. John's (1980-1981)
3 6 Dave Roebuck, Bryan (1959)
4 5 Ian Drapcho, Dover (2010)
  5 Ryan Glad, Brunswick (2006)
5 Joe Longhitano, Peninsula Woodridge (2001)
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Consecutive Scoreless Innings (minimum 25.0)
1 71.2 Derek Moore, Wheelersburg (2012)
2 63.0 Dan Wannemacher, Delphos St. John's (1980)
3 50.1 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1989)
4 47.0 Ian Drapcho, Dover (2010)
  47.0 Tyler Burgoon, Defiance (2007)
6 46.2 Derek Peters, Faeyettevile (2011)
7 45.3 Johnny Crawford, Wapakoneta (2013)
8 36.2 Adam Niemeyer, Minster (2012)
9 35.0 Eric Sims, Sherwood Fairview (2009)
10 34.0 Brian Garman, Wapakoneta (2005-2006)
11 33.2 Adam Schaly, Ashland (2012)
12 32.2 Tom Yakubowski, Adena (1958)
13 31.1 Ryan Glad, Brunswick (2006)
14 30.0 Andrew Chafin, Collins Western Reserve (2008)
15 29.0 Joe Longhitano, Peninsula Woodridge (2001)
16 28.0 Tyler Batt, Defiance (2012)
  28.0 Scott Lewis, Washington C.H. Washington (2000)
18 26.0 Alex Smith, Sidney Lehman Catholic (2012)
  26.0 Brett Cisper, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2009)
  26.0 Sean Weber, Fort Jennings (2007)
21 25.2 Adam Schaly, Ashland (2011)
22 25.0 Todd Brown, Washington C.H. Washington (2000)
25.0 Cory Vance, Vandalia Butler (1997)
  25.0 Greg Hill, Brunswick (1971)
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Lowest Earned-Run Average, Season (minimum .30 and 10 games)
1 0.00 Logan Sendelbach, Bascom Hopewell-Loudon (2012)
  0.00 Adam Niemeyer, 45 & 2/3 Innings, Minster (2012)
  0.00 Chris Jiminez, 45 & 2/3 Innings, Defiance (1989)
  0.00 Bill Deems, 51 Innings, Baltimore Liberty Union (1970)
  0.00 Bob Schweitzer, 37 & 2/3 Innings, Baltimore Liberty Union (1962)
5 0.09 Jon Niese, Defiance (2005)
6 0.10 Buddy Schultz, East Cleveland Shaw (1968)
7 0.13 Ed Burgy, Bellaire (1971)
8 0.14 Ed Grime, Archbold (1972)
9 0.15 Greg Williams, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2007)
10 0.21 Brennan Smith, Sandusky Perkins (2006)
0.21 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2005)
  0.21 Paul Hammond, Mason (2000)
13 0.23 Jim Campbell, Clayton Northmont (1981)
14 0.25 Dave Mandell, Maumee (1972)
  0.25 Jerry Harris, Defiance (1956)
16 0.26 Derek Moore, Wheelersburg (2012)
17 0.27 Mike Hamann, Lakeside Danbury (2009)
  0.27 Craig Dotson, Greenwich South Central (1980)
19 0.29 Ian Drapcho, Dover (2010)
  0.29 Eric Sims, Sherwood Fairview (2009)
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Lowest Earned-Run Average, Career (minimum 1.25 and 20 games)
1 0.20 Dan Wannemacher, Delphos St. John's (1978-1981)
2 0.31 Weston Rivers, Defiance (2012-2013)
3 0.56 Dave Roebuck, Bryan (1956-1959)
4 0.58 Trever Gast, Arlington (2007-2010)
5 0.63 Ed Burgy, Bellaire (1969-1971)
6 0.65 Jeff Shaneck, Genoa Area (1972-1974)
7 0.67 Bob Schweitzer, Baltimore Liberty Union (1959-196262)
8 0.69 Bill Deems, Baltimore Liberty Union (1968-1971)
9 0.73 Eric Surkamp, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2003-2005)
10 0.75 Chris Fussell, Oregon Clay (1992-1994)
11 0.89 Bill Wesley, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (1969-1971)
  0.89 Derek Moore, Wheelersburg (2011-2013)
13 0.90 Dace Kime, Defiance (2007-2010)
14 0.93 Dale Gregory, LaGrange Keystone (1976-1979)
15 0.98 Eric Sims, Sherwood Fairview (2008-2009)
16 1.01 Hector Rivera, Perrysburg (1991-1993)
17 1.02 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2006)
18 1.03 Anthony Kidston, Defiance (2011-2012)
19 1.04 Landon Good, Archbold (2004-2006)
  1.04 Andrew Brackman, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2002-2004)
21 1.05 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2004-2005)
22 1.07 Cory Vance, Vandalia Butler (1995-1997) 
23 1.09 Jon Niese, Defiance (2003-2005)
1.09 Dustin Sampson, Wheelersburg (1994-1997) 
  1.09 Kory Hartman, Granville (1992-1995)
26 1.10 Greg Richards, Mason (1975-1977)
27 1.11 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2002-2005)
  1.11 Butch Speelman, Apple Creek Waynedale (1969-1972)
29 1.15 Kevin Mann, Jackson Center (2003-2006)
  1.15 Bob Shutts, Chagrin Falls (1961-1963)
31 1.18 Chuck Rogers, Findlay (1970-1972)
32 1.19 Brandon Kutrubs, Brunswick (2010-2012)
33 1.20 Chad Billingsley, Defiance (2000-2003)
34 1.22 Keegan Long, Edon (2009-2012)
35 1.25 Cameron Knott, Willoughby South (2010-2012)
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Most Strikeouts, Game (minimum 20, 7 innings)
1 21 George Rohan, North Lima South Range vs. Mineral Ridge (04/11/2003)
21 Danny King, Washington C.H. Washington vs. Columbus Bexley (2000)
  21 Ed Burgy, Bellaire vs. Hannibal River (1971)
  21 Melvin Held, Edon vs. West Unity (1945)
5 20 Zack Kier, Latham Western vs. New Boston Glenwood (04/27/2007)
20 Kevin Mann, Jackson Center vs. Anna (2006)
20 Kevin Mann, Jackson Center vs. Sidney Fairlawn (03/27/2006)
  20 Nick Martindale, Gahanna Christian Academy vs. Groveport Madison Christian (04/14/2005)
20 Josh Bowman, Warsaw River View vs. New Concord John Glenn (04/14/1997)
20 Mike Pirrwitz, Oregon Clay vs. Napoleon (1996)
20 Bryan Braswell, Centerville vs. Dayton Colonel White (1994)
20 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union vs. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (1989)
20 Ken Pasiuk, Bergholz Springfield vs. Leetonia (1987)
  20 Dave Barnes, Marietta vs. Pennsboro (04/02/1967)
20 Bob Renninger, LaGrange Keystone (1967)
  20 Jack Callahan, Columbus Grove vs. MIller City (1957)
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Most Strikeouts, Game (minimum 20, extra innings)
1 29 Jeff Porter, Lancaster Fairfield Union vs. Columbus St. Charles (13 innings) (1986)
2 26 Tony Fuduric, Middlefield Cardinal vs. Gates Mills Gilmour Academy (10 innings) (05/17/1993)
  26 Paul Reichert, Coldwater vs. Fort Recovery (11 innings) (1940)
4 25 Rob Ellis, Arcadia vs. Vanlue (10 innings) (04/15/1998)
25 Dan Wannemacher, Delphos St. John's vs. Ottawa-Glandorf (1981)
6 24 Tim Seitz, Leesburg Fairfield vs. West Union (04/03/2007)
  24 Mike Biehle, Kings Mills Kings vs. Mason (04/22/1992)
8 23 Dan Bell, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller vs. Cincinnati LaSalle (16 innings) (1996)
  23 Dave Amburgey, Racine Southern vs. Frankfort Adena (12 innings) (5/28/1988)
9 22 Richie Fralick, Springfield Shawnee vs., North Lewisburg Triad (04/27/2002)
  22 Robert Bland, Columbus Mifflin vs. Marysville (12 innings) (5/15/1970)
10 21 Michael Hamann, Lakeside Danbury vs. Springfield Emmanuel Christian (8 innings) (04/08/2008)
  21 Kurt Smith, Northwood vs. Old Fort (10 innings) (1994)
21 Dan Wannemacher, Delphos St. John's vs. Elida (1980)
21 Rudy Nadbath, Madison vs. Cleveland Collinwood
14 20 Scott Lewis, Washington C.H. Washington vs. Plain City Jonathan Alder (8 innings) (2001)
20 Aaron Walker, East Palestine (2000)
20 Chuck Masterson, Columbus Bishop Hartley vs. Walnut Ridge, 16 innings (1967)
20 Mike McMullen, Medina Highland vs. Fairview Park Fairview (8 innings) (1967)
20 Gene Bridges, Archbold (05/07/1962)
  20 Fred Ryan, Defiance vs. Deshler (04/14/1958)
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Most Strikeouts, Season (minimum 150)
1 196 Gene Carfrey, Williamsport Westfall (1969)
2 188 Kevin Mann, Jackson Center (2006)
3 178 Andrew Chafin, Collins Western Reserve (2008)
4 174 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1988)
5 173 Alex Smith, Sidney Lehman Catholic (2012)
  173 Kevin Mann, Jackson Center (2005)
7 171 Chad Billingsley, Defiance (2002)
8 168 Mark Bradley, Marietta (1986)
9 164 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2005)
  164 Andrew Davis, Chillicothe Zane Trace (2002)
11 161 Jeff Little, Elmore Woodmore (1973)
  161 Wes Moore, Cincinnati Western Hills (1971)
13 158 Josh Barrear, Sheridan (2004)
14 156 Leroy Johnston, MIller City (1985)
15 155 Pat Schmidt, Bellefontaine (1997)
16 151 Matt Dodds, Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (1986)
  151 Jim Campbell, Clayton Northmont (1981)
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Most Strikeouts, Career (minimum 400)
1 649 Gene Carfrey, Williamsport Westfall (1966-1969)
2 510 Kevin Mann, Jackson Center (2003-2006)
3 502 Chad Billingsley, Defiance (2000-2003)
4 463 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2002-2005)
5 449 Alex Smith, Sidney Lehman Catholic (2009-2012)
6 438 Kory Hartman, Granville (1992-1995)
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No Hitters, Season (minimum 3)
1 8 Dean Chance, West Salem Northwestern (1959)
8 Dean Chance, West Salem Northwestern (1958)
3 6 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1989)
4 4 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2005)
  4 Dale Gregory, LaGrange Keystone (1979)
6 3 Cody Kundert, Delphos St. John's (2012)
  3 Bob Schweitzer, Baltimore Liberty Union (1962)
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No Hitters, Career (minimum 5)
1 17 Dean Chance, West Salem Northwestern (1956-1959)
2 8 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2004-2006)
3 6 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1987-1989)
  6 John Snider, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1967-1970)
5 5 Josh Barrera, Thornville Sheridan (2002-2005)
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Consecutive No Hitters (minimum 2)
1 6 Tom Engle, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1989)
2 3 Eddie Grime, Archbold (1972)
3 2 Ryan Chapman Racine Southern (4/7/2008 and 4/10/2008)
3 2 Taylore Baker, Canton Central Catholic (2008)
  2 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2005)
2 Dave Huesman, Lucasville Valley (1975)
  2 John Snider, Lancaster Fairfield Union (1968)
  2 Jim Gilbert, Minford (9/18/1950 vs. Lucasville Valley & 9/30/1950 vs. Portsmouth Clay)
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Perfect Games
  Joe Mackey, Toledo Ottawa Hills vs. Fayette (5/11/2013)
  Kyle Lepper, Liberty Twp. Lakota East vs. Hamilton (4/8/2013)
  Adam Schaly, Ashland vs. Clear Fork (4/10/2012)
  Matt Heitger, Canal Fulton Northwest vs. Lake Center Christian (03/29/2012)
  Matt Orth, Greenville vs. Trotwood-Madison (04/19/2011)
  Zach Wiseman, Galion Northmor vs. Morral Ridgedale (04/18/2011)
  Keegan Long, Edon vs. Fayette (04/12/2011)
  Brandon Starr, Sarahsville Shenandoah vs. Lore City Buckeye Trail (04/08/2011)
  Brandon Baumgardner, Garrettsville Garfield vs. Atwater Waterloo (04/07/2011)
  Tucker Linder, Tallmadge vs. Fairless (5/15/2010)
  Josh Vorhees, Wapakoneta vs. Lima Shawnee (05/02/2009)
  Cody Hart, Bethel vs. Xenia Christian (04/18/2009)
  Tyler Heft, Tontogany Otsego vs. Toledo Woodward (04/18/2009)
  Jake Taylor, St. Marys Memorial vs. Lima Senior (04/16/2009)
Derek Draper, Mt. Blanchard Riverdale vs. Carey (5/10/2008)
Ryan Chapman, Racine Southern vs. Corning Miller (04/10/2008)
Nick Jones, Peninsula Woodridge vs. Streetsboro (04/07/2008)
Jacob Drerup, Arlington vs. Arcadia (05/21/2007)
Alex Wimmers, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller vs. Vandalia Butler (05/05/2007)
Zach Ellashek, Chagrin Falls Kenston vs. Carmel (NY) (03/31/2007)
Ethan Brown, Yellow Springs vs. Dayton Jefferson (05/02/2006)
Billy Couchenour, Columbiana vs. Wellsville (03/28/2006)
Steven Roberts, Ashland Mapleton (05/09/2005)
Chris Everetts, Edgerton vs. Fayette Gorham-Fayette (04/30/2005)
Jon Niese, Defiance vs. Wauseon (04/07/2005)
  Eric Niese, Miller City vs. Holgate (2005)
  Zach Winkhart, Canton Central Catholic vs. Beloit West Branch (05/13/2004)
Tom Wolfe, Belpre vs. Chillicothe Southeastern (05/06/2003)
Chad Billingsly, Defiance vs. Defiance Tinora (04/21/2003)
Tom Wolfe, Belpre vs. Nelsonville-York (04/11/2003)
Kevin Sheilds, Bellefontaine vs. Columbus Franklin Heights (04/04/2003)
  Brandon Morningstar, Galion Northmor vs. Mansfield St. Peter's (05/09/2002)
Brandon Deford, Westerville North vs. Newark (04/29/2002)
Cameron Keys, Olmsted Falls vs. North Olmsted (04/27/2001)
Brad Lemon, Springfield Southeastern vs. Springboro Ridgeville Christian (05/06/2000)
Tim Arquette, Perrysburg vs. Toledo Woodward (1997)
Justin Guy, West Chester Lakota vs. Oxford Talawanda (1995)
  Shayne Ramsey, Lebanon vs. Trenton Edgewood (05/02/1994)
  Tim Gasson, St. Marys Memorial vs. St. Henry (04/02/1992)
  Bob Baxter, Cleveland St. Ignatius vs. Parma Padua Franciscan (1992)
Dave Adams, New Concord John Glenn vs. Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (1984)
Mike Mizek, Euclid vs. Cleveland St. Joseph (1981)
Dan Hebel, Lima Senior vs. Fremont Ross (05/22/1971)
Randy Pease, Westlake vs. Rocky River (05/30/1968)
Bob Hamlet, Bryan vs. Van Wert (1957)
Melvin Held, Edon vs. West Unity (1945)
  Ralph 'Stretch' Goedde, Vaughnsville (1944)
  Ralph 'Stretch' Goedde, Vaughnsville vs. Pandora (1943)
  Dominic Coughlin, Fort Recovery vs. Mendon (1942)
  Boots Faller, Fort Recovery vs. Neptune (1942)
  Dominic Coughlin, Fort Recovery vs. Neptune (1942)
Wally Gerken, Archbold vs. Hamler (1936)
  Steve Ronay, Cleveland St. Ignatius vs. Cleveland West (05/10/1921)
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Consecutive Innings Pitched Without Allowing a Walk (minimum 15)
1 62 Ron Hausfeld, Coldwater (1968)
2 57 1/3 Travis Kottenbrock, Lima Central Catholic (2008)
3 37 Keegan Long, Edon (2012)
4 33 1/2 Nick Wood, Coshocton (2005)
5 32 1/3 Todd Fannin, Western Reserve (2005)
6 28 Jassen Ford, Apple Creek Waynedale (1991)
7 26.1 Derek moore, Wheelersburg (2013)
8 26 Jeremy Ward, McArthur Vinton County (1995)
9 25 2/3 Alex Cultice, Zanesville (2006)
10 25 Paul Priddy, Greenwich South Central (2010)
11 22 Joe Rengers, Chagrin Falls Kenston (2007)
12 21 Nathan Raines, New Concord John Glenn (2005)
13 20 1/3 David Steele Jr., Kettering Fairmont (2009)
14 18 Phillip Martin, Sardinia Eastern (2008)
15 17 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2006)
16 16 2/3 Phillip Martin, Sardinia Eastern (2008)
17 16 Chris Walden, Bellefontaine (2007)
18 15 Alex Smith, Sidney Lehman Catholic (2012)
  15 Tyler Melling, Bellefontaine (2007)
15 David Hall, Carey Exempted (2004)
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TEAM
Wins, All-Time (minimum 600)
1 1,348 Cincinnati Elder, 1,348-521-5 (1924-2010)
2 1,263 Coldwater, 1,263-328 (1950-2013)
3 1,191 Steubenville, 1,171-497-9 (1912-2010)
4 1,176 St. Henry (1939-2012)
5 1,142 Oregon Clay, 1,142-546-1 (1928-2009)
6 1,078 West Salem Northwestern, 1,078-519 (1952-2013)
7 1,009 Ashland, 1,009-666 (1908-2013)
8 1,003 Miamisburg, 1,003-624-8 (updated 2010)
  1.003 Defiance, 1,003-395 (1904-2013)
10 1,002 Cleveland Benedictine, 1,002-533-8 (updated 2012)
11 982 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller, 982-391-3 (1963-2013)
12 914 Baltimore Liberty Union
13 872 Clayton Northmont (1960-2010)
14 870 Dover (through 2011)
15 869 Bellefontaine (through 2011)
16 838 Lancaster Fairfield Union (updated 2010)
17 830 Archbold, 830-487-4 (1944-2010)
18 760 Centerville, 760-307-5 (1964-2002)
19 659 New London, 659-436 (1953-2013)
20 633 Sherwood Fairview, 633-457-2 (1959-2010)
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Consecutive Wins (regular season)
1 49 Baltimore Liberty Union (1960-1962)
2 45 Frankfort Adena (2006-2008)
3 44 Coldwater (1983-1985)
4 41 Coldwater (1987-1989)
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Runs Scored, Inning (minimum 20)
1 29 East Clinton vs. Jamestown Greeneview (04/11/1996)
  29 Greenwich South Central vs. Mansfield St. Peter's (04/23/1994)
3 24 Lisbon Beaver Local vs. Youngstown Rayen (04/15/2005)
4 23 Newark Catholic vs. Canal Winchester Harvest Preparatory (04/08/2005)
5 22 Dayton Carroll vs. Dayton Meadowdale (05/13/2003)
6 21 Gallipolis Gallia Academy vs. McArthur Vinton County (05/10/2010)
7 20 Granville vs. Fredericktown (05/06/2001)
  20 Genoa Area vs. Lakeside Danbury (1992)
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Runs Scored, Game (minimum 35)
1 65 Licking Heights vs. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (4/15/2013), won 65-0
2 47 Coldwater vs. Mendon (1941)
3 46 Coldwater vs. New Bremen  (1986)
  46 Fremont Ross vs. Toledo Scott (1981)
5 45 Licking Heights vs. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (4/16/2012)
6 44 Lisbon Beaver Local vs. Youngstown Ravenna (04/15/2005)
7 43 Port Clinton vs. Old Fort (2010)
8 42 Richfield Revere vs. Akron Central-Hower  (1999)
9 39 Edgerton vs. Toledo Maumee Valley Country Day (04/18/2009)
  39 Miller City vs. Fort Jennings (1991)
  39 Coldwater vs. Maria Stein Marion Local   (1986)
12 38 Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic vs. Danbury (04/09/2013)
  38 Youngstown Chaney vs. Youngstown Rayen  (1996)
  38 West Union vs. Ripley  (1987)
15 37 Fairport Harbor Harding (1992)
  37 Miller City vs. Pandora-Gilboa (1980)
  37 Lima Senior vs. Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (1964)
18 35 Bryan vs. Edgerton (2007)
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Runs Scored, Season (minimum 350)
1 418 Coldwater (1988)
2 411 Coldwater (1986)
3 378 Bellville Clear Fork (2010)
4 377 Westerville North (1986)
5 375 Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
6 371 Coldwater (1992)
371 Wooster Triway (1975)
8 359 Coldwater (1987)
9 353 Canton Central Catholic (2003)
10 352 Canton Central Catholic (1997)
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Most Hits, Game (minimum 25)
1 36 Fremont Ross vs. Toledo Scott (1981)
2 32 Port Clinton vs. Old Fort (2010)
  32 Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant vs. Crown City South Gallia (05/01/2008)
4 31 Attica Seneca East vs. Bettsville (1984)
5 30 Gallipolis Gallia Academy vs. Athens (04/05/2006)
30 Richfield Revere vs. Akron Central-Hower (1999)
30 Youngstown Chaney vs. Youngstown Rayen (1996)
30 Wheelersburg vs. New Boston Glenwood (04/29/1986)
  30 Defiance vs. Paulding (05/01/1930)
10 29 Newark Catholic vs. Gahanna Columbus Academy (2007)
  29 Miller City vs. Continental (1991)
  29 Lancaster Fairfield Union vs. Millersport (1986)
13 28 Bryan vs. Edgerton (2007)
  28 Kalida vs. Ottawa Public (1954)
15 27 Bellville Clear Fork (2010)
  27 Lewisburg Tri-County North vs. Union City Mississinawa Valley (05/07/2008)
  27 Archbold vs. Swanton (04/11/2005)
18 26 Dayton Carroll vs. Dayton Meadowdale (05/13/2003)
  26 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller vs. Oak Hills (1999)
  26 Kalida vs. Cory-Rawson (1997)
  26 Maumee vs. Sylvania Southview (05/04/1988)
22 25 St. Henry vs. Houston (04/11/2003)
  25 Ottoville vs. Spencerville (1995)
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Most Hits, Season (minimum 350)
1 444 Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
2 442 Cincinnati Western Hills (1986)
3 425 Coldwater (1988)
4 404 Bellville Clear Fork (2010)
5 400 Pickerington North (2009)
6 389 St. Henry (2003)
7 378 Centerville (1978)
8 376 Canton Central Catholic (2003)
9 370 Cincinnati Western Hills (1987)
10 369 Coldwater (1975)
11 364 Canton Central Catholic (1997)
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Most Home Runs, Game (minimum 7)
1 9 Fairport Harbor Harding vs. Thompson Ledgemont (04/20/1988)
2 8 Tipp City Bethel vs. Dayton Oakwood (03/31/2000)
8 Defiance vs. Bryan (05/06/1994)
  8 Lancaster Fairfield Union vs. Millersport (1986)
8 West Jefferson vs. Mechanicsburg (1986)
6 7 Bellefontaine vs. New Carlisle Tecumseh (2006)
7 Washington Court House Washington vs. Hillsboro (2005) 
7 Wooster Triway vs. West Salem Northwestern (04/02/2004)
7 Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant (04/18/2001)
7 Gnadenhutten Indian Valley vs. Akron Manchester (04/26/1995)
7 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller vs. Cincinnati Elder (1989)
  7 Mt. Orab Western Brown vs. Blanchester (1988)
7 Newark Catholic vs. Columbus Beechcroft (1985)
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Most Home Runs, Season (minimum 40)
1 55 Lancaster Fairfield Union (1986)
2 52 Attica Seneca East (1999)
3 48 Wheelersburg (1999)
4 47 Willow Wood Symmes Valley (1999)
5 44 Defiance (1999)
6 43 Baltimore Liberty Union (1988)
7 42 Bellville Clear Fork (1997)
42 Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (1997)
9 41 Wheelersburg (1997)
10 40 St. Henry (2001)
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Consecutive Home Runs, Game
1 4 Mansfield Ontario (Eric Evans, Kirby Clemens, Randy Brown, and Jon Mullen) vs. New Washington Buckeye Central (3rd inning) (04/25/2008)
4 Ironton St. Joseph Central (Caleb Blackburn, Jerrod Laber, Ryan Waginger, and Chad Harvey) vs. Harvest Christian (3rd inning) (07/09/2007)
  4 Maumee (Wes Baker, Jon Williamson, Ryan Noward, and Nate Johnston) vs. Perrysburg (3rd inning) (04/29/1998)
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Most Stolen Bases, Season (minimum 200)

1

227

Sheffield Brookside (2000)
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Most State Championships

1

12

Cincinnati Elder (2005, 1999, 84, 78, 73, 60, 59, 58, 56, 55, 52, 43)
2 7 Newark Catholic (2013, 06, 04, 03, 02, 1989, 88)
  7 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2013, 12, 09, 04, 1993, 89, 72)
4 6 Reading (1980, 74, 57, 46, 44, 42)
5 5 Cincinnati Western Hills (1986, 77, 67, 51, 48)
  5 Coldwater (1992, 90, 87, 84, 83)
7 4 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (2008, 06, 04, 1999)
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Most State Tournament Appearances

1

20

Cincinnati Elder (2010, 07, 05, 1999, 96, 87, 84, 79, 78, 73, 61, 60, 59, 58, 56, 55, 54, 52, 46, 43)
2 18 Coldwater (2009, 08, 04, 00, 1996, 95, 93, 92, 91, 90, 87, 84, 83, 77, 72, 61, 41, 38)
3 13 Newark Catholic (2013, 11, 10, 09, 07, 06, 04, 03, 02, 1989, 88, 87, 80)
4 12 Lima Senior (1974, 64, 63, 62, 61, 60, 43, 41, 40, 39, 29, 28)
5 11 Tiltonsville (1953, 45, 43, 42, 40, 37, 35, 34, 33, 32, 31)
  11 Cleveland St. Ignatius (2013, 09, 08, 07, 04, 02, 00, 1997, 95, 93, 54)
  11 Hamilton Badin (2013, 10, 09, 08, 05, 1999, 96, 93, 91, 84, 75)
8 10 Reading (2009, 92, 80, 74, 57, 46, 44, 42, 41, 35)
  10 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (2013, 12, 10, 09, 08, 04, 00, 1993, 89, 72)
10 9 Hebron Lakewood (2010, 05, 01, 1994, 93, 89, 88, 84, 53)
11 8 Ironton (1998, 94, 72, 49, 46, 45, 44, 43)
  8 Toledo Ottawa Hills (2010, 02, 01, 1996, 92, 88, 86, 73)
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COACHING
Wins, All-Time (minimum 500)
1 846 Don Thorp, Hebron Lakewood, 846-219 (1973-2010)
2 768 Ken Gray, Mason, 768-292 (1973-2013)
  768 Mike Cameron, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller, 768-304 (1969-2007)
4 760 Timothy Engleka, Centerville,760-307-5 (1964-2002)
5 750 Lou Brunswick, Coldwater,750-166 (1969-1993)
6 709 Rich Arbinger, Toledo Start (1976-2006)
7 687 John Nelson, Lancaster Fairfield Union, 687-212 (1965-1999)
8 673 August Bossu, Cleveland Benedictine, 673-288 (1954-1994)
9 644 Dennis T. Woods, Mentor Lake Catholic, Cleveland Heights, Glenville, 644-335 (1966-1974,1986-2013)
10 631 Doug Miller, Canton Central Catholic, 631-242 (1982-2013)
11 597 Frank Gamble, Massillon Perry, 597-366 (1972-2010)
12 596 Joe Gilhousen, Canton GlenOak & Massillon Washington, 596-320 (1973-2010)
13 589 Tom Held, Defiance, 589-132 (1988-2013)
14 559 Chuck Harlow, Clayton Northmont, 559-252 (1982-2010)
15 555 Bruce Bagley, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place, 555-245 (1972-2007) 
16 542 Richard Meyer, Delaware Buckeye Valley, 542-198 (1950-1984)
17 530 Pat Hendershott, Wellston (1973, 1976-2006)
18 515 Richard "Lefty" Hall, Powhatan, 515-320 (1967) and St. Clairsville (1969-2001)
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Chuck Harlow, Clayton Northmont, 559-252 (1982-2010)
MISCELLANEOUS
  Joe Tann, Canton Central Catholic, was the winning pitcher in six of the eight tournament games for the Crusaders in 2011, including the regional semifinal, regional final, state semifinal and state championship game.
  Sam Shafer, New Washington Buckeye Central, and Lance Horner, Rittman, each threw 10 shutout innings in a 2011 Division IV regional semi-final. Rittman won the game, 2-1, in 11 innings.
  St. Henry and Versailles played a 19-inning game on May 5, 2011. St. Henry won 2-1.
  Kyle Seeger, Reading,  hit a home run in four consecutive tournament games spanning the 2010 and 2011 season.
  Sam Sifferlin, Wooster threw out six base runners in a single game vs. Hopkinsville (KY) Christian County (04/09/2010)
  Jake Dickerson, Bellville Clear Fork hit two grand slams in the third inning vs. Mansfield Senior (2010)
  On May 17, 2008 Portsmouth High School triplets Howard, John and Matt Harcha each hit a homerun, and did it in the order of their birth.
  Robbie Easterling, Proctorville Fairland hit two grand slams in consecutive at-bats vs. Ironton. (05/05/2008)
Brandon Jackson, Columbus Northland hit two grand slam home runs in the same game against Columbus Mifflin (04/05/2008)
Brock Whiteman, New Concord John Glenn High School had 4 consecutive homeruns in 2005.
Brandon Fox, Hamilton hit three consecutive home runs in three consecutive innings off three different pitchers vs. Cincinnati Colerain (2004).  Last two home runs were grand slams.
Ryan Osterfeld, Dayton Carroll, hit two grand slams in the same game against Lebanon (05/02/2003)
Brunswick vs. Elyria played 21 innings in a Sectional Tournament game in 2001. Brunswick won 11-10.
Aaron Henshaw, Springboro hit two grand slam home runs in the same game against Hamilton Ross (04/02/1998)
Tony Fuduric, Middlefield Cardinal, struck out 42 in 17 consecutive innings in 1993.
Twin brothers Brian and Andy Mikols, Northwood, combined for 8 hits and 13 RBIs against Toledo Libbey. Brian (4-4) had 3 HR's, 1-2B, 11-RBI's.  Andy (4-5) had 1-2B, 2-RBI's (1987)
Edgerton and Toledo Ottawa Hills played 18 innings in a Regional Tournament game.
Chris Roseburrough, North Union hit two grand slam home runs in the same game against Ridgemont (3/31/1998)
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Most Players Drafted by a Professional Team (updated 2013)
1 40 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller
2 11 Hamilton
3 10 Oregon Clay
4 9 Westerville North
9 Defiance
5 8 Coldwater
6 6 Lancaster Fairfield Union
7 5 Newark Catholic
5 Bryan
9 4 Chagrin Falls
4 Mason
11 3 Bellefontaine
  3 Chillicothe Zane Trace
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Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout (minimum 75)
1 160 Coldwater (2005-2010)
2 159 Brunswick (04/1996-05/2002)
3 155 Coldwater (1989-1994)
4 137 Coldwater (1982-1987)
5 131 Chillicothe Zane Trace (04/13/2005-05/02/2009)
  131 Defiance (04/29/1997-04/29/2002)
7 127 Granville (2000-2004)
8 113 Buckeye Central (04/25/2008-04/13/2012)
9 104 Defiance (05/21/1991-05/03/1994)
10 103 Defiance (05/05/1950-04/16/1958)
  102 Edgerton (2003-2007)
12 97 Archbold (04/16/1998-04/25/2002)
13 87 Coldwater (1998-2001)
14 84 Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan (1999-2002)
15 81 Reedsville Eastern (04/20/2000-2005)
16 76 Coldwater (1962-1964)
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